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Bully Movie Trailer
Hi my loves. I just wanted to share something with you that truly broke my heart when I saw it — the trailer for the upcoming film, Bully. It’s a documentary that sheds light on every tragic aspect of bullying — the victims, the bullies, those we’ve lost, the suffering families, the flawed school systems and the movement to end it all. As someone who was bullied as a child, this is a cause that is very near and dear to my heart. I was homeschooled during my teen years because I absolutely HATED going to school, so seeing something like this really hits home for me and I want nothing more than to educate as many people as possible on the topic. Bullying is downright cruel, there is no other way to define it, and kindness can go a long way. There are a lot of messages in this film that I won’t be able to do justice to in a blog post, so check out the film in theaters this Friday, March 30. For now, here is the incredibly moving trailer. I had goosebumps the entire time I watched it.

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Comments (33)

  1. Stasi Coffey |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    this is very heartbreaking. I have 3 children and to think they are going to grow up around stuff like this is awful. I’m so sick of the schools not doing anything. My daughter has been a victim of bullying and nothing was done. she was punched by a boy in class, and the boy was in school the next day like it was no big deal. It upsets me that these children act this way and feel there is no other way out other than taking their own lives. the sad thing is that there are parents that are breeding this behavior because they act the same way toward each other, which just shows a negative way of living for these kids. I personally can’t wait to see this movie, and watch it with my children. My kids have respect for others regardless of their religion, sexual orientation, skin color etc. and i think more children need to learn the respect!!!

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    kg |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    I am an MSD major so this really touches home. No kids should be treated this way.

  3. Cindy Baker |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    i was never a victim of bullying, nor a bully. My oldest grandchild refused to go to school unless she was transferred because of it tho. she is gorgeous, smart, sweet and popular, so u ask urself, WHY would anyone do this to her? WELLLL, bullys come in all shapes and sizes and so do the victims. ANYONE could be a target, THIS HAS TO STOP!!!! stick n’ stones just doesnt work anymore.

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    TIP305 |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    I commend you Khloe, because you stand up for what is correct. If we had just, half of the people in this world to take a stand for what is right, this world would be a better place to live in. BULLYING is wrong across the board. We (as people) need to recognize and fix this problem. Bullying hit home for me too because I was a victim of the tortuous act of violence. BULLYING NEED TO STOP PEOPLE! My heart goes out to all victims of the act of violence. People such treat other the way they want to be treated. Khloe, honey this is the reason I love you. Keep doing you baby!

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    jlynngribble |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    As a mother of a child that is bullied I take the matter very serious. The school system dismisses the situation as if it is all in our head. I dread school days almost as much as my child does simply because no parent wants to send there child to school crying and dreading the day ahead cause he knows he will be picked on it simply breaks my heart. I am glad to see a celebrity use that to there advantage for a good cause. I have been a faithful fan of your shows and you Khloe have grown to be the one I most enjoy watching and the one I have the most respect for. Thank you for your backing in this situation. Please keep my son in your prayers as he needs all that he can get.. Thank you Khloe. I hope this comment gets to you.

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    Krisvamp |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    When I was young I looked very similar to you as was bullied at school and by passers by in the street for looking mixed race. The insults ranged from insulting comparisons to trick questions to set me up and even sick comments about my Mum.
    Teachers told me to “just ignore it” but there is no “just” about being humiliated infront of your peers everyday. I was lucky to have a strong core of friends to stick up for me (at school and with adults on the street!), they are the reason I’m still alive today because I would have taken my life if I’d have been on my own.
    I started drinking heavily at the age of 14 to give me the courage to hang out in the evening with my mates and did reckless things up until the age of 25 as I didnt think I was worth much. So bullying or even the memory of it can effect people at ALL, races and classes. I’m 30 now and have actualy moved to a very multicultural area and I’m going out with an amazing man who was also badly bullied at school for being ‘too clever’. WTF!

  7. angel2518 |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    I am a teacher, so I am with kids constantly. I have stories that can really be heartbreaking to know that children go through so much. It is AWFUL! What I have learned is not only do the victim need support so do the ones that are the bullies. These children need support and guidance to the right direction. And it is not just children ADULTS can be even worse than children. We must STOP bulling!!!! Just like Ellen Degeneres says at the end of every show… be KIND with one another!!! Spread the word….”Be kind to others”

  8. khloekfanxo |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    Your such an inspiration Khloe. xo

  9. biancamotero |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    Bully is sad!! I don’t understand how people can take advantage of others. I am truly against bullying because I wouldn’t want it to happen to anyone. I def. had to re-post this because more people need to be aware of this situation.

    Take care and continue to stand up for a positive change

    Bianca xoxo

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    lily789945 |  Posted on Mar 27th, 2012

    yes, we should try our best to stop the bullying!!
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